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The general rules, and orders, of the courts of law, and equity, of the province of Ontario passed prior to the Judicature Act, 1881, and now remaining in force : with notes by George Smith Holmested

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Published by Rowsell & Hutchison in Toronto .
Written in English


  • Courts -- Ontario,
  • Court rules -- Ontario

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Statementby George Smith Holmested.
LC ClassificationsKEO1114 1884
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxv, 490 p.
Number of Pages490
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24153183M
ISBN 100665106696

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